Archimoon Soft Task Lamp MFR ID: FU037300AB

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Archimoon Soft Task Lamp

By Philippe Starck, for Flos Lighting
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MFR ID: FU037300AB
ITEM #: FLO23114
List Price: $778.58

Designed by Philippe Starck 

The Archimoon Soft Task Lamp features a Cream plisse cloth shade with an internal opal glass diffuser in a Silver finish. Fully adjustable. Shade always remains horizontal to work plane. One 40 watt, 120 volt JCD G9 base Halogen bulb is included. 80 inch long cord. 21.25 inch width x 22.44 inch height. UL listed.

  • Finish: Silver
  • Shade Color: Cream
  • Size: 21.25"W x 22.44"H
  • Dimmer: Incandescent
  • Labels: UL  
About Flos Lighting

FLOS was founded in 1962. The very same year Flos lighting began producing a number of lamps that were to become classics in Italian industrial design. From the very outset, Flos has been distinguished by its high quality approach to lamp design and production. Many of the numerous lamps designed for Flos are undoubtedly some of the best-known and most successful products of industrial design. They have won awards and historical-critical accolades, and are included in all the most important collections and design museums around the world.Some significant product examples over the last forty years are: Parentesi (1970), Brera (1992), Fucsia (1996), Rosy Angelis (1994), the Romeo Moon (1996), Archimoon (1998) series and the recent Diabolo (1998). Throughout the nineties the work of Achille Castiglioni and Philippe Starck has been flanked by a series of products from new and other designers. This reflects a desire to keep the attitude to discover the most talented designers to maintain Flos leadership in innovation.

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Philippe Starck is one of the most versatile and acclaimed designers of the late 20th century - and he shows no sign of slackening his pace. He was born in Paris in January of 1949. His father, an aircraft designer, trained him to create uncluttered lines - since then he claims to have learned nothing, except by leading the life of "an adventurer and explorer."

From catalogue design to architecture, with stops to launch the punk movement in France, create luggage, spectacle frames, noodles and boats as well as execute commissions for the French President, Starck seems to be everywhere. More than forty of his furniture and lamp designs are in production all over the world, bearing out his motto: "beautiful things for everyone." He is honored here for his lamp designs, but his hand has shaped objects of every size and description in the modern landscape.

From the mid-sixties, Starck attended the Ecole Nissim de Camondo in Paris, and he set up his first company in 1968 to produce inflatable objects. In the 1970s he fitted out the Paris night-clubs La Main Bleue (1976) and Les Bains-Douches (1978). In 1979 he founded the "Starck Product" company. As an interior designer, he was responsible in 1982 for refurnishing the private apartments in the Elysee Palace in Paris for President Mitterrand of France. He went on in 1984 to design the interior of the Cafe Costes in Paris, along with those of other establishments, such as the Manin in Tokyo (1985) and Teatriz in Madrid (1990).

In New York, he was responsible for the interior design of the Royalton and Paramount hotels (1988 and 1990), and played a leading part in the design of the Groningen Museum in the Netherlands in 1991. In Japan, Starck was responsible for the La Flamme building commissioned by the Asahi brewery, the Nani Nani office building for Rikugo (both in Tokyo, 1989/90), as well as for the green baron office block (1991) commissioned by Meisei in Osaka. He has also designed a number of private dwelling houses and apartment blocks, including Lemoult in Paris (1987), The Angle in Antwerp (1991), 18 rental apartment buildings in Los Angeles (1991) and a private house in Madrid (1991).

Starck designed commercial premises for the French cutlery company Laguiole (1989) as well as for an organic products manufacturer near Bordeaux (1991). In Paris a whole street block, La Rue Starck, is going up under his design (1991). In addition to all this, during the 1980s, Starck designed numerous collections and individual items of furniture for manufacture by firms in France, Italy, Spain, Japan and Switzerland.

In addition to his line of lamps for the FLOS company, he has designed noodles for Panzani, boats for Beneteau, mineral-water bottles for Glacier, kitchen appliances for Alessi, toothbrushes for Fluocaril, luggage for Vuitton, "Urban Fittings" for Decaux, office furniture for Vitra, as well as vehicles, computers, door-knobs, spectacle frames, etc. Starck's work has brought him numerous prizes and awards. His objects can be seen in the collections of the Brooklyn Museum in New York, the Musee des Arts Decoratifs in Paris, and the Museum of Design in London, among other venues. Exhibitions of his work have been held in Paris, Marseille, Rome, Munich, Dusseldorf, Kyoto, Tokyo, Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York. He lives and works in Paris.

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